Switching Gears 2017 - Transportation Master Plan (TMP) Update

Thu, 04 May 2017

Notice of Study Commencement and Public Information Centre #1

Wednesday, May 17, 2017
6–8 p.m.
Drop-in/registration: 6 p.m.
Brief presentation: 6:30 p.m.
Town Hall, South Atrium

It is time for Oakville to update its TMP

Oakville’s most recent TMP, Switching Gears, was developed in 2013 and since then, it has been the town’s guiding document for developing a practical, sustainable, long-term plan to guide the town’s transportation system to meet the needs of its anticipated growth to 2031.

Switching Gears 2013 incorporates transportation, land use planning and financial strategy which respects the social, environmental and economic goals as defined by the Livable Oakville Plan and other town and provincial strategies.

This TMP update will review the transportation network improvements focusing on future transit targets to accommodate growth in 2031, and provide input into the town’s upcoming Development Charge By-Law.

Building on the success of the town’s recent Active Transportation Master Plan update, Goods Movements Study and Pedestrian Study, staff will be seeking public feedback to guide the TMP Update.

The TMP update is being completed consistent with the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study process. A key component is two public consultation opportunities.

Drop in, get informed & share your thoughts

Join us at the first public information centre and provide us with your feedback on various transit mode split targets.

Online feedback and more details

For more information visit our Switching Gears 2017 Transportation Master Plan page.

You can also follow the town on Facebook and Twitter.


Email the project team at tmp@oakville.ca or call one of the project leads:

Jill Stephen
Project Manager
905-845-6601, ext. 3308

Neil Ahmed
Senior Project Manager, WSP


If you have any accessibility needs, please let us know before May 12, 2017 by contacting Jill Stephen at 905-845-6601, ext. 3308, (TTY: 905-338-4200), email jill.stephen@oakville.ca or fill out the accessible online feedback form.